Even though the deadline for the Jefferson County Habitat for Humanity golf scramble is listed as Sept. 18 on fliers, the less-than-punctual golfer can still get in the field.
The event is a four-person scramble format, and will be held at 8 a.m. Sept. 21 at Desert Peaks Gold Course in Madras. If golfers contact Habitat by Sept. 20, they can still sign up.
The cost is $40 per person, and you can either sign up with a full team or asked to be placed on one by the tournament committee. The cost covers green fees and a ride on a golf cart. There will also be a contest for the longest drive and closest to the pin, which will cost whoever wants to enter $5.
All proceed from the event go toward building Habitats 16th house.
To get signed up for this event, call 541-460-0159.
Culver soccer drops first league match
The Culver High School coed soccer team suffered its first loss of the season, a 3-2 count to Umatilla, on Thursday in Culver.
Freshman forward Mikey Alonzo scored both Culvers goals in the first half, which brought the match even at 2-2, but with five minutes remaining in the match, the Vikings broke through with another goal to win.
Juan Diaz made seven saves for Culver to keep them in the match.
The Bulldogs take on Central Christian in a league matchup Thursday in Redmond.
MHS girls soccer loses
The Madras High School girls soccer team traveled to the coast to take on Tillamook on Saturday, and lost 2-0.
The Cheesemakers scored both their goals in the first half, and the White Buffalos couldnt recover.
Madras open Tri-Valley Conference play against Estacada at 4 p.m. Thursday at home.